- Making News: With Mind on Iraq, Bush Remembers Afghanistan
Iraq may destroy rockets with ranges that exceed the limits imposed by the UN, but President Bush will not retreat from military action. Today, the President attacked Saddam Hussein-s -campaign of deception- and called for -total, complete disarmament.- Howard Witt of the Chicago Tribune says that Bush-s remarks were directed, not at the UN, but at the American people and the Arab world.
- Reporter's Notebook: Death of Mister Rogers, the Loss of a Beloved Neighbor
One of America-s best known and most beloved public figures died today. Broadcasting from Pittsburgh public TV station WQED from 1968 to the year 2000, Mr. Rogers invited children into neighborhoods of both reality and make-believe. Early today, Fred Rogers died of stomach cancer at the age of 74. Peggy Charren, founder of Action for Children-s Television, remembers Mr. Rogers and what he brought to generations of American.
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